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b2plane
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I literally dont use any other code editor other than intellij. Yes not even your fucking vscode. I code frontend in intellij! I code angular and nextjs in intellij!! Intellij literally has everything anything else has plus way more. Intellisense is also much better. Theres also been a major update yesterday and everything is so much faster and smarter. And theme is way better looking. I will dick ride intellij till death do us apart!!!!

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  • 1
    I'll have to try it one of these days. I'm just too exhausted from switching to vscode last year.
  • 0
    Same for me.
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    VsCode is lightweight compared to Intellij.
    More like comparing Photopea with photoshop. Intellij is a complete studio more than just an editor.
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    Do you realize that you claimed intellisense is so much better?

    And that intellisense is what comes with visual studio?

    Weak fanboyism attempt.
  • 0
    To be fair, I like the features of PyCharm and I can easily understand why people like IntelliJ: they are simply good fit-for-purpose IDEs. But somehow it's more cumbersome for me to work with this IDE when needing to switch between multiple repos and venvs in the same window/session.
    This is what VSC facilitates better IMHO and with some extensions it does almost everything PyCharm can (of what I use..) while being lighter on the resources/startup time.

    Only thing I'm really missing though is the awesome refactoring functionality of PyCharm: basically the reason why I switch back to it once in a week for an hour lol
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    If IntelliJ consumed less than 15G RAM for 3 open windows, I would maybe consider switching to it.

    But VS Code/ Codium with plugins achieve feature parity with IntelliJ and is much less resource-heavy.

    I was also under the impression that package.json exports intellisense was lacking.

    And if newfangled paradigms or niche templating libs are your thing (like the .astro syntax, and .mdx initially), there's a lot more chance of quickly finding a VS Code plugin than an IntelliJ one.
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    I don't think vscode is intended to be a full fledged ide so I expect it to work well for hobby level work. while pretty decent it isn't as great as an ide in terms of professional work
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    never realised not using vscode is a flex
  • 1
    I remember the python version autocompleting Django way better and the refactoring was boss
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    @retoor i think u fell in love w me
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    @b2plane how'd you find out?
  • 2
    @retoor u always comment on my shitposts. U like my shitposts 12h after commenting on it so it means you keep going through my shitposts frequently. Ur like a cron job. Now Ur my cron job
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    @b2plane I just like shit posts. I promote stupid stuff. I upvote almost every rant
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    @b2plane

    @retoor Upvoting and commenting on posts = Love. 🤣🤣🤣
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    @Sid2006 I only love @We3D
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    @retoor so ur cheating on me with my best friend
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    @b2plane tbh, before your "feminine blonde" I thought you were into men
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    @iceb I've been using VS Code professionally for years and it can definitely be used as an IDE. If anything, Jetbrains is following its lead of a lightweight core product + extensions with its Fleet software: https://www.jetbrains.com/fleet/
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    @webketje I didn't say it can't be used as an IDE. I said it's not as great.

    Coming from Visual studio and Intellij to VScode now.

    There are things I have come to rely on these ides that are too flakey on vscode. Not saying it doesn't have the same feature set. They just don't work as reliably.

    That's why I say it's decent. But not ideal.
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